Protective OrdersWhether you are defending yourself against an unwarranted attempt to obtain a protective order, or you or your children are endangered by a spouse, ex-spouse, boyfriend, or other family member, you need to understand your rights and options. A Protective Order can have adverse affects such as restricted contact with your children and the forfeiting of your second amendment rights. On the other hand, if you or your children are in danger of abuse, a protective order provides protection that a civil order cannot. Our firm can provide you valuable legal advice and help you to protect your family, children, and rights.
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